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HE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, December 1, 1971

PageTen t-jEMiCHGAN AIL

Wednesday. December 1. 1971

CAZZIE PLUCKS BUCKS:

PRESCRIPTION EYEWARE
and SHADES

6

Bulls comeback sinks Hawks

By The Associated Press ing and teammate Tom Boer-
CHICAGO - The Chicago Bulls winkle put the Bulls ahead to stay
came from behind in the final two with 2:29 left on a pair of free
minutes last night to defeat At- throws.
lanta 86-85 for the Hawks' sixth Jerry Sloan's free throw in the?
straight setback, their longest los- last quarter of a dismal night in
ing streak since coming into the which he collected only seven
National Basketball Association 25 points, proved to be decisive with
years ago. 1:27 left.
The lead exchanged hands 19'
times until midway in the fourth
quarter when Atlanta opened an Bcks bope
82-75 lead on the strength of Lou MILWAUKEE - Cazzie Russell
Hudson and Herm Gilliam. scored 22 points, including the de-
Chicago's Chet Walker tied the cisive free throw with 10 seconds
score at 83-83 with 2:51 remain- left, sparking the Golden State
Murphy named best coach;
OSU's Horn yak hospitalized

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Warriors to a 106-103 victory over back from a 26-point deficit and
the Milwaukee Bucks in a Nation- beat New York 110-109 last night,
al Basketball Association game ending the Knicks' seven-game
last night. National Basketball Association
Russell's free throw gave the winning streak.
Warriors a 104-101 lead and off- The Knicks, paced by Dave De-
set a basket with two seconds left Busschere and Walt Frazier, had
by Milwaukee's Bob bandridge. bolted to a 76-50 advantage with
The Warriors' Jim Barnett scored 11 minutes gone in the third quar-
at the final horn as the Bucks lost ter, before the SuperSonics start-
their fourth game of the year - ed their comeback.
two of them to Golden State -
and saw their home court winning
streak snapped at 24 games. Royal Royals
Reserve Joe Ellis, who led the BALTIMORE -The Cincinnati
Warriors with 25 points, put the Royals pulled to within one-half
team ahead to stay at 103-101 game of the Central Division-
when he hit a 20-footer with 40 leading Baltimore Bullets with a
seconds to play. 118-103 victory in a National Bas-
ketball Association game last
Knicks nipped night.
NEW YORK - Spencer Hay- tThe Royals attack featured bal-
NEW YOK - SencerHay-.ace scoring led by Nate Wil-
wood flipped in a short jump shot anced wi ged hy 29 pWil-
with 40 seconds remaining and followed by Nate Archibald at 28,
player-coach Lenny Wilkins added Royal center Jim Fox had 21,
a free throw 25 seconds later, as four more than veteran Johnny
the Seattle SuperSonics stormed Green.

By The Associated Press
* COLUMBUS, Ohio - Jack
Murphy, who prolonged the na-
tion's longest victory streak in 34
games in his first head coaching
season at the University of To-
ledo, was named Mid-American
Conference football coach of the
year yesterday.
Murphy, 38, who served as head
man at Heidelberg College last
season, guided the Rockets to an
11-0 regular season and an un-
precedented third straight confer-
ence championship.
The 38-year-old former Toledo
assistant coach was chosen in a
poll by sports writers and broad-
casters who cover the Mid-Ameri-
can Conference.
* COLUMBUS, Ohio - Allan
Hornyak, the leading scorer on the
Ohio State basketball squad last
season, has been hospitalized with
a heel injury.
His teammates open the cam-
paign tonight at Georgia Tech.
The 6-foot-2 junior from Bel-
laire, Ohio, who averaged 22.5
points a game in 1970-71, has been,

sidelined with the
fered in sandlot
than a month ago.

injury he suf-
football more

* SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - The
Chicago Cubs have named former
big league pitcher Hank Aguirre'
to the newly-created position of
team information and service
coach.
Aguirre, who spent most of his
career with the Detroit Tigers,
will be a uniform-wearing coach
with the main responsibility of
acting as a liason between Man-
ager Leo Durocher and the press.:
4 TAMPA, Fla. - The Univer-
sity of Tampa has formally en-
tered the National Intercollegiate
Athletic Association as a college
division member, University Pres-
ident Bob Owens announced yes-
terday.
Owens said he signed a con-
formance declaration with the
NCAA with the support of thej

Iuggers
victorious
The Michigan Ruggers captured
consolation honors out of a field
of 40 teams at the Washington
"Ts" held in Washington D.C. over
the Thanksgiving weekend.
After dropping their opening
game to LSU, Michigan blanked
Princeton and Sud Americana 16-0
and 24-0 to receive the consola-
tion trophy.
Forwards Bob Reider, Jeff Grill,;
and Walt Holloway continuously
play outstanding rugby to set up
the scoring by the Blue backs,
Steve Chapman, John Bohlke,
Ron Smith, and Roger Williams. 1

Seals clubbed
ST. LOUIS - Jack Egars fired
his seventh goal in eight games
in capping on affensive surge
sending the St. Louis Blues to a
5-2 victory last night over the
California Golden Seals in a Na-
tional Hockey League game.
The hard-shooting Egers, ac-
quired Nov. 15 by the Blues in a
seven player trade with the New
York Rangers, rifled a 50-foot
slap shot past Seals' goaltender
Gilles Gelocha with 16:55 left in
the contest.
It capped a comeback for the
Blues from a 2-1 deficit in the
first period after Ivan Boldirev
and Gary Croteau rammed home
the Seal's goals. z

-Associated Press
JON McGLOCKLIN (top), Milwaukee Bucks guard, leapfrogs
over the Warriors' Ron Williams in yesterday's 106-103 Warrior
victory. Neither player could claim the ball, and no fouls were
called.
Professional League Standings

Boston
New Y
Philade
Buffalo
Baltim+
Cincini
Clevela
Atlanta
Milwau
Chicag
Phoeni

NBA"
EASTERN CONFERENCE
Atlantic Division
W L Pct
14 9 .669
ork 13 10 .565
elphia 11 12 .478
0 8 14 .363
Central Division
ore 10 13 .434
uatl 8 12 .400
nd 8 14 .364
a 517 .227
WESTERN CONFERENCE
Midwest Division
kee 21 4 .840
o 15 6 .714
Ix 10 11 .476

. Pacific Division
Los Angeles 20 3 .87
Golden State 16' 9 .64
GB Seattle 15 9 .62
G Houston 6 18 .25
1 Yesterday's Results
1 Cincinnati 115, Baltimore 103
S Golden State 106, Milwaukee 103
Seattle 110, New York 109
Chicago 86, Atlanta 85
- Houston 115, Buffalo 101
Y/2 Phoenix at Portland
1! Only games scheduled
4% Today's Games
Los Angeles at Boston
Chicago at Cincinnati
Atlanta at Detroit
- Seattle at Philadelphia
5 Portland at Phoenix
9i/2 Houston at Cleveland
11 Olgaesceud

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